Satori garden design offers full-service ornamental and edible landscape design, install oversight and garden coaching.  Garden design and implementation is done using the most sustainable practices in relationship to plants, water and materials. More importantly, the process of arriving at a design is one of collaboration, education and discovery.

 

 

Originally published in Organic Gardening magazine, April 1948 Republished in Organic Gardening magazine's Special Collector's Issue, February/March 2015 Illustrations by Steve Harrington read more [...]
Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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Excerpted from “Sunflowers,” Originally published in Organic Farming and Gardening magazine, August 1944 Republished in Organic Gardening magazine's Special Collector's Issue, February/March 2015 Illustration by the National History Museum/Alamy read more [...]
Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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Originally published in Organic Gardening magazine, July 1951 Republished in Organic Gardening magazine's Special Collector's Issue, February/March 2015 read more [...]
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
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In January people had the opportunity to visit my garden as part of Open Gardens Australia’s events, and we had a great response with huge turnout of around 500 people! I’d like to promoting a colleague’s urban food garden here that has been regularly running open days for Open Gardens Australia and will [...]
Tue, Jan 20, 2015
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Welcome to All Nations Food Forest – Melbourne’s First Council Built Community Food Forest Project, and possibly the first in Australia! In the first part of this case study – All Nations Food Forest – Melbourne’s First Council Built Community Food Forest Project, we looked at how the All Nations Food [...]
Tue, Dec 30, 2014
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Welcome to All Nations Food Forest – Melbourne’s First Council Built Food Forest Project, and possibly the first in Australia! Food forests are Nature’s way of growing food, the most sustainable and productive system known, that require minimal effort to maintain by taking advantage of ecological processes that have evolved and [...]
Sun, Dec 21, 2014
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We’ll be taking part in the Australian Open Garden Scheme once again in 2015! Here are the details of the event from the Open Gardens Australia – Victoria calendar: Angelo’s Food Forest, Saturday 10 January – Sunday 11 January 2015 A living example of the principles of permaculture gardening. Many varieties of fruit trees and [...]
Sun, Dec 14, 2014
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